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Nov 8, 2012 9:00am PST
their polls showed up seven in pennsylvania they still worried about 45 precincts in a city that has 1776. the most important point be they did a great job, but in addition to the job they did, what most of us missed, and i didn't realize myself until i went out and did some african-american churches on sunday, was there was a sense of anger out there in the community against voter suppression. you tell someone -- a lot of african-americans were lukewarm about the president because they didn't see changes in their neighborhood. but then all of a sudden the republicans came along and told them they couldn't vote or they were putting up barriers that they knew were aim at them, bingo, they were angry, they were mad. >> can i push back on that. we polled this. the grio went into the field with a poll with nbc news and tried to look at this idea of african-americans were they lukewarm on the president. we never saw that. i never going out to ohio, florida, saw this enthusiasm gap. i think it was in a lot of ways a myth. look unemployment's been high in the black community for 20, 30 year
Nov 12, 2012 12:00pm EST
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Nov 15, 2012 9:00am PST
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Nov 16, 2012 12:00pm EST
during a shooting at a sikh temple in wisconsin and in chicago, shootings drove that city's murder rate up by 25%. in a book former "new york times" reporter and editor craig whitney argues with 300 million guns across the country it would be impossible to get rid of them. quote -- joining the panel now i the author of "living with guns" craig whitney. thanks for coming on the show. >> thank you for having me. >> in the book you talk about both sides needing to come together. i will say, is the intransagainst not largely on the part of the nra. you write the nra wouldn't meet with you even though you are a member of the nra. >> that are certainly intransigent, but their intransagainst is strengthened by the impression they have that the people that want gun control want to take people's guns away from them. it shouldn't be the object of gun control to take guns away from law-abiding people who have them perfectly legally. if we can tell the nra and convince them that the object that -- of gun control is not depriving people of the right to have firearms but to make it safer for everybod
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